France feels increasingly isolated in fight against terror


Paris worries its allies, including Germany, may not have the will to confront the militant threat head on, says The Wall Street Journal.

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The world seems awash in sympathy with France’s tragedy, from candlelight vigils to stadiums illuminated in tricolor. But, when it comes to action against Islamic State, there is growing fear in Paris that France may be in this fight dangerously alone, reports The Wall Street Journal.